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Free trade : risks and rewards, edited by L. Ian MacDonald, (electronic resource)

Label
Free trade : risks and rewards
Title
Free trade
Title remainder
risks and rewards
Statement of responsibility
edited by L. Ian MacDonald
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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NYP
Dewey number
382/.917
LC call number
HF1766
LC item number
.F74 2000
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1999
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  • MacDonald, L. Ian
  • Free Trade @ Ten
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  • Free trade
  • Free trade
  • Canada
  • United States
  • Libre-échange
  • Libre-échange
  • Amérique du Nord
Label
Free trade : risks and rewards, edited by L. Ian MacDonald, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Proceedings of the Free Trade @ 10 Conference held in Montreal in June 1999
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-274)
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: PART ONE THlE CONTEXT -- The Road to Free Trade / 3 -- MICHAEL HART -- Interviews with Brian Mulroney andJohn Turner / 35 -- WILLIAM WATSON -- Leap of Faith / 48 -- DONALD S. MACDONALD -- A Signal Moment / 55 -- JAMES A. BAKER III -- Where There's the Will/ 61 -- DEREK H. BURNEY -- PART TWO THE MAKING OF THE DEAL -- The Negotiation and Approval of the FTA / 73 -- L. IAN MACDONALD, CLAYTON YEUTTER, -- SIMON REISMAN, PETER MCPHERSON, JOHN C. -- iLIAM MERKIN, CHARLES E. ROH, -- JEAN ANDERSON',. WILLIAM DYMOND, STANLEY H. HARTT -- PART THREE, THE RECORD -- fleiata{U:S. FTA: Real Results versus Unreal Expectations / 99 -- RICHARD G. LIPSEY -- From Leaps of Faith to Lapses of Logic / 107 -- ANDREW N. JACKSON -- Free Trade in North America: Some Observations / 118 -- PAUL WONNACOTT -- NAFTA and the Manufacturing Industry in Mexico: -- A Preliminary Balance / 122 -- FERNANDO CLAVIJO -- PART FOUR SECTORAL PERSPECTIVES: -- RESULTS AND OPPORTUNITIES -- Sectoral Results and Opportunities: An Introduction / 135 -- FRANCIS FOX -- A Matter of National Interest / 137 -- LAURENT BEAUDOIN -- ANew Mindset / 139 -- L. JACQUES MtNARD -- ASea Change / 142 -- CHARLES SIROIS -- A New Frontier of Trade Policy / 144 -- LYNTON R. WILSON -- The Case of the Softwood Lumbet Industry / 147 -- BOB RAE -- AReality Check / 151 -- JIM STANFORD -- PART FIVE FREE TRADE AND SOCIAL POLICY -- Globalization and the Social Dimension / 159 -- GERALD LAROSE -- Economic Arguments versus Ideological Ones /-166 -- GUY STANLEY -- PART SIX FREE TRADE AND DISPUTE -- SETTLEMENT -- FTA and NAFTA Dispute Settlement in Canadian Trade -- Policy / 1,71.- -- JONATHAN T. FRIED -- Dispute Settlement: A Practitioner's Perspective / 175 -- SIMON V. POTTER -- Mexico and Dispute Settlement / 182 -- M.H. YVONNE STINSON -- PART SEVEN THE NAFTA: FROM CANADA TO -- MEXICO -- From Canada to Mexico: "A Common Future" / 191 -- GEORGE BUSH -- The Most Comprehensive Agreement Ever / 197 -- CARLA A. HILLS -- NAFTA and the Mexican Economy / 200 -- JAIME SERRA PUCHE -- Free Trade: Then and Now / 207 -- MICHAEL H. WILSON -- PART EIGHT NAFTA AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- Five Windows for the Future of NAFTA 'S Environment -- Commission / 213 -- PIERRE MARC JOHNSON -- NAFTA and the Environment: Five Years After / 222 -- VICTOR LICHTINGER -- NAFTA and the Environment: A Review of the Basic -- Issues / 226 -- DAVID K. SCIIORR -- Challenges for the Environment and NAFTA / 237 -- JEAN CHAREST -- PART NINE WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? -- New Policies for a New Century / 243 -- THOMAS D'AQUINO -- The Future Work of the FTA, NAFTA and the WTO / 247 -- PETER S. WATSON -- The New Economic Environment / 253 -- BRIAN MULRONEY -- APPENDICES -- Appendix A Two Cheers for the FTA: Ten-Year Review of -- the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement / 259 -- JOHN McCALLUM -- Appendix B Ten-Year Figures for Canada-U.S.A. and -- Canada-Mexico Trade / 275 -- DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL -- TRADE/STATISTICS CANADA
  • Machine generated contents note: PART ONE THlE CONTEXT -- The Road to Free Trade / 3 -- MICHAEL HART -- Interviews with Brian Mulroney andJohn Turner / 35 -- WILLIAM WATSON -- Leap of Faith / 48 -- DONALD S. MACDONALD -- A Signal Moment / 55 -- JAMES A. BAKER III -- Where There's the Will/ 61 -- DEREK H. BURNEY -- PART TWO THE MAKING OF THE DEAL -- The Negotiation and Approval of the FTA / 73 -- L. IAN MACDONALD, CLAYTON YEUTTER, -- SIMON REISMAN, PETER MCPHERSON, JOHN C. -- iLIAM MERKIN, CHARLES E. ROH, -- JEAN ANDERSON',. WILLIAM DYMOND, STANLEY H. HARTT -- PART THREE, THE RECORD -- fleiata{U:S. FTA: Real Results versus Unreal Expectations / 99 -- RICHARD G. LIPSEY -- From Leaps of Faith to Lapses of Logic / 107 -- ANDREW N. JACKSON -- Free Trade in North America: Some Observations / 118 -- PAUL WONNACOTT -- NAFTA and the Manufacturing Industry in Mexico: -- A Preliminary Balance / 122 -- FERNANDO CLAVIJO -- PART FOUR SECTORAL PERSPECTIVES: -- RESULTS AND OPPORTUNITIES -- Sectoral Results and Opportunities: An Introduction / 135 -- FRANCIS FOX -- A Matter of National Interest / 137 -- LAURENT BEAUDOIN -- ANew Mindset / 139 -- L. JACQUES MtNARD -- ASea Change / 142 -- CHARLES SIROIS -- A New Frontier of Trade Policy / 144 -- LYNTON R. WILSON -- The Case of the Softwood Lumbet Industry / 147 -- BOB RAE -- AReality Check / 151 -- JIM STANFORD -- PART FIVE FREE TRADE AND SOCIAL POLICY -- Globalization and the Social Dimension / 159 -- GERALD LAROSE -- Economic Arguments versus Ideological Ones /-166 -- GUY STANLEY -- PART SIX FREE TRADE AND DISPUTE -- SETTLEMENT -- FTA and NAFTA Dispute Settlement in Canadian Trade -- Policy / 1,71.- -- JONATHAN T. FRIED -- Dispute Settlement: A Practitioner's Perspective / 175 -- SIMON V. POTTER -- Mexico and Dispute Settlement / 182 -- M.H. YVONNE STINSON -- PART SEVEN THE NAFTA: FROM CANADA TO -- MEXICO -- From Canada to Mexico: "A Common Future" / 191 -- GEORGE BUSH -- The Most Comprehensive Agreement Ever / 197 -- CARLA A. HILLS -- NAFTA and the Mexican Economy / 200 -- JAIME SERRA PUCHE -- Free Trade: Then and Now / 207 -- MICHAEL H. WILSON -- PART EIGHT NAFTA AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- Five Windows for the Future of NAFTA 'S Environment -- Commission / 213 -- PIERRE MARC JOHNSON -- NAFTA and the Environment: Five Years After / 222 -- VICTOR LICHTINGER -- NAFTA and the Environment: A Review of the Basic -- Issues / 226 -- DAVID K. SCIIORR -- Challenges for the Environment and NAFTA / 237 -- JEAN CHAREST -- PART NINE WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? -- New Policies for a New Century / 243 -- THOMAS D'AQUINO -- The Future Work of the FTA, NAFTA and the WTO / 247 -- PETER S. WATSON -- The New Economic Environment / 253 -- BRIAN MULRONEY -- APPENDICES -- Appendix A Two Cheers for the FTA: Ten-Year Review of -- the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement / 259 -- JOHN McCALLUM -- Appendix B Ten-Year Figures for Canada-U.S.A. and -- Canada-Mexico Trade / 275 -- DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL -- TRADE/STATISTICS CANADA
  • Machine generated contents note: PART ONE THlE CONTEXT -- The Road to Free Trade / 3 -- MICHAEL HART -- Interviews with Brian Mulroney andJohn Turner / 35 -- WILLIAM WATSON -- Leap of Faith / 48 -- DONALD S. MACDONALD -- A Signal Moment / 55 -- JAMES A. BAKER III -- Where There's the Will/ 61 -- DEREK H. BURNEY -- PART TWO THE MAKING OF THE DEAL -- The Negotiation and Approval of the FTA / 73 -- L. IAN MACDONALD, CLAYTON YEUTTER, -- SIMON REISMAN, PETER MCPHERSON, JOHN C. -- iLIAM MERKIN, CHARLES E. ROH, -- JEAN ANDERSON',. WILLIAM DYMOND, STANLEY H. HARTT -- PART THREE, THE RECORD -- fleiata{U:S. FTA: Real Results versus Unreal Expectations / 99 -- RICHARD G. LIPSEY -- From Leaps of Faith to Lapses of Logic / 107 -- ANDREW N. JACKSON -- Free Trade in North America: Some Observations / 118 -- PAUL WONNACOTT -- NAFTA and the Manufacturing Industry in Mexico: -- A Preliminary Balance / 122 -- FERNANDO CLAVIJO -- PART FOUR SECTORAL PERSPECTIVES: -- RESULTS AND OPPORTUNITIES -- Sectoral Results and Opportunities: An Introduction / 135 -- FRANCIS FOX -- A Matter of National Interest / 137 -- LAURENT BEAUDOIN -- ANew Mindset / 139 -- L. JACQUES MtNARD -- ASea Change / 142 -- CHARLES SIROIS -- A New Frontier of Trade Policy / 144 -- LYNTON R. WILSON -- The Case of the Softwood Lumbet Industry / 147 -- BOB RAE -- AReality Check / 151 -- JIM STANFORD -- PART FIVE FREE TRADE AND SOCIAL POLICY -- Globalization and the Social Dimension / 159 -- GERALD LAROSE -- Economic Arguments versus Ideological Ones /-166 -- GUY STANLEY -- PART SIX FREE TRADE AND DISPUTE -- SETTLEMENT -- FTA and NAFTA Dispute Settlement in Canadian Trade -- Policy / 1,71.- -- JONATHAN T. FRIED -- Dispute Settlement: A Practitioner's Perspective / 175 -- SIMON V. POTTER -- Mexico and Dispute Settlement / 182 -- M.H. YVONNE STINSON -- PART SEVEN THE NAFTA: FROM CANADA TO -- MEXICO -- From Canada to Mexico: "A Common Future" / 191 -- GEORGE BUSH -- The Most Comprehensive Agreement Ever / 197 -- CARLA A. HILLS -- NAFTA and the Mexican Economy / 200 -- JAIME SERRA PUCHE -- Free Trade: Then and Now / 207 -- MICHAEL H. WILSON -- PART EIGHT NAFTA AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- Five Windows for the Future of NAFTA 'S Environment -- Commission / 213 -- PIERRE MARC JOHNSON -- NAFTA and the Environment: Five Years After / 222 -- VICTOR LICHTINGER -- NAFTA and the Environment: A Review of the Basic -- Issues / 226 -- DAVID K. SCIIORR -- Challenges for the Environment and NAFTA / 237 -- JEAN CHAREST -- PART NINE WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? -- New Policies for a New Century / 243 -- THOMAS D'AQUINO -- The Future Work of the FTA, NAFTA and the WTO / 247 -- PETER S. WATSON -- The New Economic Environment / 253 -- BRIAN MULRONEY -- APPENDICES -- Appendix A Two Cheers for the FTA: Ten-Year Review of -- the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement / 259 -- JOHN McCALLUM -- Appendix B Ten-Year Figures for Canada-U.S.A. and -- Canada-Mexico Trade / 275 -- DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL -- TRADE/STATISTICS CANADA
  • Machine generated contents note: PART ONE THlE CONTEXT -- The Road to Free Trade / 3 -- MICHAEL HART -- Interviews with Brian Mulroney and John Turner / 35 -- WILLIAM WATSON -- Leap of Faith / 48 -- DONALD S. MACDONALD -- A Signal Moment / 55 -- JAMES A. BAKER III -- Where There's the Will/ 61 -- DEREK H. BURNEY -- PART TWO THE MAKING OF THE DEAL -- The Negotiation and Approval of the FTA / 73 -- L. IAN MACDONALD, CLAYTON YEUTTER, -- SIMON REISMAN, PETER MCPHERSON, JOHN C. -- iLIAM MERKIN, CHARLES E. ROH, -- JEAN ANDERSON',. WILLIAM DYMOND, STANLEY H. HARTT -- PART THREE, THE RECORD -- fleiata{U:S. FTA: Real Results versus Unreal Expectations / 99 -- RICHARD G. LIPSEY -- From Leaps of Faith to Lapses of Logic / 107 -- ANDREW N. JACKSON -- Free Trade in North America: Some Observations / 118 -- PAUL WONNACOTT -- NAFTA and the Manufacturing Industry in Mexico: -- A Preliminary Balance / 122 -- FERNANDO CLAVIJO -- PART FOUR SECTORAL PERSPECTIVES: -- RESULTS AND OPPORTUNITIES -- Sectoral Results and Opportunities: An Introduction / 135 -- FRANCIS FOX -- A Matter of National Interest / 137 -- LAURENT BEAUDOIN -- ANew Mindset / 139 -- L. JACQUES MtNARD -- ASea Change / 142 -- CHARLES SIROIS -- A New Frontier of Trade Policy / 144 -- LYNTON R. WILSON -- The Case of the Softwood Lumbet Industry / 147 -- BOB RAE -- A Reality Check / 151 -- JIM STANFORD -- PART FIVE FREE TRADE AND SOCIAL POLICY -- Globalization and the Social Dimension / 159 -- GERALD LAROSE -- Economic Arguments versus Ideological Ones /-166 -- GUY STANLEY -- PART SIX FREE TRADE AND DISPUTE -- SETTLEMENT -- FTA and NAFTA Dispute Settlement in Canadian Trade -- Policy / 1,71.- -- JONATHAN T. FRIED -- Dispute Settlement: A Practitioner's Perspective / 175 -- SIMON V. POTTER -- Mexico and Dispute Settlement / 182 -- M.H. YVONNE STINSON -- PART SEVEN THE NAFTA: FROM CANADA TO -- MEXICO -- From Canada to Mexico: "A Common Future" / 191 -- GEORGE BUSH -- The Most Comprehensive Agreement Ever / 197 -- CARLA A. HILLS -- NAFTA and the Mexican Economy / 200 -- JAIME SERRA PUCHE -- Free Trade: Then and Now / 207 -- MICHAEL H. WILSON -- PART EIGHT NAFTA AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- Five Windows for the Future of NAFTA 'S Environment -- Commission / 213 -- PIERRE MARC JOHNSON -- NAFTA and the Environment: Five Years After / 222 -- VICTOR LICHTINGER -- NAFTA and the Environment: A Review of the Basic -- Issues / 226 -- DAVID K. SCIIORR -- Challenges for the Environment and NAFTA / 237 -- JEAN CHAREST -- PART NINE WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? -- New Policies for a New Century / 243 -- THOMAS D'AQUINO -- The Future Work of the FTA, NAFTA and the WTO / 247 -- PETER S. WATSON -- The New Economic Environment / 253 -- BRIAN MULRONEY -- APPENDICES -- Appendix A Two Cheers for the FTA: Ten-Year Review of -- the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement / 259 -- JOHN McCALLUM -- Appendix B Ten-Year Figures for Canada-U.S.A. and -- Canada-Mexico Trade / 275 -- DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL -- TRADE/STATISTICS CANADA
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OCM1bookssj0000279635
Dimensions
24 cm.
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Extent
xvii, 280 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780773521148
Lccn
2002318381
Other physical details
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Specific material designation
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Label
Free trade : risks and rewards, edited by L. Ian MacDonald, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Proceedings of the Free Trade @ 10 Conference held in Montreal in June 1999
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-274)
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: PART ONE THlE CONTEXT -- The Road to Free Trade / 3 -- MICHAEL HART -- Interviews with Brian Mulroney andJohn Turner / 35 -- WILLIAM WATSON -- Leap of Faith / 48 -- DONALD S. MACDONALD -- A Signal Moment / 55 -- JAMES A. BAKER III -- Where There's the Will/ 61 -- DEREK H. BURNEY -- PART TWO THE MAKING OF THE DEAL -- The Negotiation and Approval of the FTA / 73 -- L. IAN MACDONALD, CLAYTON YEUTTER, -- SIMON REISMAN, PETER MCPHERSON, JOHN C. -- iLIAM MERKIN, CHARLES E. ROH, -- JEAN ANDERSON',. WILLIAM DYMOND, STANLEY H. HARTT -- PART THREE, THE RECORD -- fleiata{U:S. FTA: Real Results versus Unreal Expectations / 99 -- RICHARD G. LIPSEY -- From Leaps of Faith to Lapses of Logic / 107 -- ANDREW N. JACKSON -- Free Trade in North America: Some Observations / 118 -- PAUL WONNACOTT -- NAFTA and the Manufacturing Industry in Mexico: -- A Preliminary Balance / 122 -- FERNANDO CLAVIJO -- PART FOUR SECTORAL PERSPECTIVES: -- RESULTS AND OPPORTUNITIES -- Sectoral Results and Opportunities: An Introduction / 135 -- FRANCIS FOX -- A Matter of National Interest / 137 -- LAURENT BEAUDOIN -- ANew Mindset / 139 -- L. JACQUES MtNARD -- ASea Change / 142 -- CHARLES SIROIS -- A New Frontier of Trade Policy / 144 -- LYNTON R. WILSON -- The Case of the Softwood Lumbet Industry / 147 -- BOB RAE -- AReality Check / 151 -- JIM STANFORD -- PART FIVE FREE TRADE AND SOCIAL POLICY -- Globalization and the Social Dimension / 159 -- GERALD LAROSE -- Economic Arguments versus Ideological Ones /-166 -- GUY STANLEY -- PART SIX FREE TRADE AND DISPUTE -- SETTLEMENT -- FTA and NAFTA Dispute Settlement in Canadian Trade -- Policy / 1,71.- -- JONATHAN T. FRIED -- Dispute Settlement: A Practitioner's Perspective / 175 -- SIMON V. POTTER -- Mexico and Dispute Settlement / 182 -- M.H. YVONNE STINSON -- PART SEVEN THE NAFTA: FROM CANADA TO -- MEXICO -- From Canada to Mexico: "A Common Future" / 191 -- GEORGE BUSH -- The Most Comprehensive Agreement Ever / 197 -- CARLA A. HILLS -- NAFTA and the Mexican Economy / 200 -- JAIME SERRA PUCHE -- Free Trade: Then and Now / 207 -- MICHAEL H. WILSON -- PART EIGHT NAFTA AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- Five Windows for the Future of NAFTA 'S Environment -- Commission / 213 -- PIERRE MARC JOHNSON -- NAFTA and the Environment: Five Years After / 222 -- VICTOR LICHTINGER -- NAFTA and the Environment: A Review of the Basic -- Issues / 226 -- DAVID K. SCIIORR -- Challenges for the Environment and NAFTA / 237 -- JEAN CHAREST -- PART NINE WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? -- New Policies for a New Century / 243 -- THOMAS D'AQUINO -- The Future Work of the FTA, NAFTA and the WTO / 247 -- PETER S. WATSON -- The New Economic Environment / 253 -- BRIAN MULRONEY -- APPENDICES -- Appendix A Two Cheers for the FTA: Ten-Year Review of -- the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement / 259 -- JOHN McCALLUM -- Appendix B Ten-Year Figures for Canada-U.S.A. and -- Canada-Mexico Trade / 275 -- DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL -- TRADE/STATISTICS CANADA
  • Machine generated contents note: PART ONE THlE CONTEXT -- The Road to Free Trade / 3 -- MICHAEL HART -- Interviews with Brian Mulroney andJohn Turner / 35 -- WILLIAM WATSON -- Leap of Faith / 48 -- DONALD S. MACDONALD -- A Signal Moment / 55 -- JAMES A. BAKER III -- Where There's the Will/ 61 -- DEREK H. BURNEY -- PART TWO THE MAKING OF THE DEAL -- The Negotiation and Approval of the FTA / 73 -- L. IAN MACDONALD, CLAYTON YEUTTER, -- SIMON REISMAN, PETER MCPHERSON, JOHN C. -- iLIAM MERKIN, CHARLES E. ROH, -- JEAN ANDERSON',. WILLIAM DYMOND, STANLEY H. HARTT -- PART THREE, THE RECORD -- fleiata{U:S. FTA: Real Results versus Unreal Expectations / 99 -- RICHARD G. LIPSEY -- From Leaps of Faith to Lapses of Logic / 107 -- ANDREW N. JACKSON -- Free Trade in North America: Some Observations / 118 -- PAUL WONNACOTT -- NAFTA and the Manufacturing Industry in Mexico: -- A Preliminary Balance / 122 -- FERNANDO CLAVIJO -- PART FOUR SECTORAL PERSPECTIVES: -- RESULTS AND OPPORTUNITIES -- Sectoral Results and Opportunities: An Introduction / 135 -- FRANCIS FOX -- A Matter of National Interest / 137 -- LAURENT BEAUDOIN -- ANew Mindset / 139 -- L. JACQUES MtNARD -- ASea Change / 142 -- CHARLES SIROIS -- A New Frontier of Trade Policy / 144 -- LYNTON R. WILSON -- The Case of the Softwood Lumbet Industry / 147 -- BOB RAE -- AReality Check / 151 -- JIM STANFORD -- PART FIVE FREE TRADE AND SOCIAL POLICY -- Globalization and the Social Dimension / 159 -- GERALD LAROSE -- Economic Arguments versus Ideological Ones /-166 -- GUY STANLEY -- PART SIX FREE TRADE AND DISPUTE -- SETTLEMENT -- FTA and NAFTA Dispute Settlement in Canadian Trade -- Policy / 1,71.- -- JONATHAN T. FRIED -- Dispute Settlement: A Practitioner's Perspective / 175 -- SIMON V. POTTER -- Mexico and Dispute Settlement / 182 -- M.H. YVONNE STINSON -- PART SEVEN THE NAFTA: FROM CANADA TO -- MEXICO -- From Canada to Mexico: "A Common Future" / 191 -- GEORGE BUSH -- The Most Comprehensive Agreement Ever / 197 -- CARLA A. HILLS -- NAFTA and the Mexican Economy / 200 -- JAIME SERRA PUCHE -- Free Trade: Then and Now / 207 -- MICHAEL H. WILSON -- PART EIGHT NAFTA AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- Five Windows for the Future of NAFTA 'S Environment -- Commission / 213 -- PIERRE MARC JOHNSON -- NAFTA and the Environment: Five Years After / 222 -- VICTOR LICHTINGER -- NAFTA and the Environment: A Review of the Basic -- Issues / 226 -- DAVID K. SCIIORR -- Challenges for the Environment and NAFTA / 237 -- JEAN CHAREST -- PART NINE WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? -- New Policies for a New Century / 243 -- THOMAS D'AQUINO -- The Future Work of the FTA, NAFTA and the WTO / 247 -- PETER S. WATSON -- The New Economic Environment / 253 -- BRIAN MULRONEY -- APPENDICES -- Appendix A Two Cheers for the FTA: Ten-Year Review of -- the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement / 259 -- JOHN McCALLUM -- Appendix B Ten-Year Figures for Canada-U.S.A. and -- Canada-Mexico Trade / 275 -- DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL -- TRADE/STATISTICS CANADA
  • Machine generated contents note: PART ONE THlE CONTEXT -- The Road to Free Trade / 3 -- MICHAEL HART -- Interviews with Brian Mulroney andJohn Turner / 35 -- WILLIAM WATSON -- Leap of Faith / 48 -- DONALD S. MACDONALD -- A Signal Moment / 55 -- JAMES A. BAKER III -- Where There's the Will/ 61 -- DEREK H. BURNEY -- PART TWO THE MAKING OF THE DEAL -- The Negotiation and Approval of the FTA / 73 -- L. IAN MACDONALD, CLAYTON YEUTTER, -- SIMON REISMAN, PETER MCPHERSON, JOHN C. -- iLIAM MERKIN, CHARLES E. ROH, -- JEAN ANDERSON',. WILLIAM DYMOND, STANLEY H. HARTT -- PART THREE, THE RECORD -- fleiata{U:S. FTA: Real Results versus Unreal Expectations / 99 -- RICHARD G. LIPSEY -- From Leaps of Faith to Lapses of Logic / 107 -- ANDREW N. JACKSON -- Free Trade in North America: Some Observations / 118 -- PAUL WONNACOTT -- NAFTA and the Manufacturing Industry in Mexico: -- A Preliminary Balance / 122 -- FERNANDO CLAVIJO -- PART FOUR SECTORAL PERSPECTIVES: -- RESULTS AND OPPORTUNITIES -- Sectoral Results and Opportunities: An Introduction / 135 -- FRANCIS FOX -- A Matter of National Interest / 137 -- LAURENT BEAUDOIN -- ANew Mindset / 139 -- L. JACQUES MtNARD -- ASea Change / 142 -- CHARLES SIROIS -- A New Frontier of Trade Policy / 144 -- LYNTON R. WILSON -- The Case of the Softwood Lumbet Industry / 147 -- BOB RAE -- AReality Check / 151 -- JIM STANFORD -- PART FIVE FREE TRADE AND SOCIAL POLICY -- Globalization and the Social Dimension / 159 -- GERALD LAROSE -- Economic Arguments versus Ideological Ones /-166 -- GUY STANLEY -- PART SIX FREE TRADE AND DISPUTE -- SETTLEMENT -- FTA and NAFTA Dispute Settlement in Canadian Trade -- Policy / 1,71.- -- JONATHAN T. FRIED -- Dispute Settlement: A Practitioner's Perspective / 175 -- SIMON V. POTTER -- Mexico and Dispute Settlement / 182 -- M.H. YVONNE STINSON -- PART SEVEN THE NAFTA: FROM CANADA TO -- MEXICO -- From Canada to Mexico: "A Common Future" / 191 -- GEORGE BUSH -- The Most Comprehensive Agreement Ever / 197 -- CARLA A. HILLS -- NAFTA and the Mexican Economy / 200 -- JAIME SERRA PUCHE -- Free Trade: Then and Now / 207 -- MICHAEL H. WILSON -- PART EIGHT NAFTA AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- Five Windows for the Future of NAFTA 'S Environment -- Commission / 213 -- PIERRE MARC JOHNSON -- NAFTA and the Environment: Five Years After / 222 -- VICTOR LICHTINGER -- NAFTA and the Environment: A Review of the Basic -- Issues / 226 -- DAVID K. SCIIORR -- Challenges for the Environment and NAFTA / 237 -- JEAN CHAREST -- PART NINE WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? -- New Policies for a New Century / 243 -- THOMAS D'AQUINO -- The Future Work of the FTA, NAFTA and the WTO / 247 -- PETER S. WATSON -- The New Economic Environment / 253 -- BRIAN MULRONEY -- APPENDICES -- Appendix A Two Cheers for the FTA: Ten-Year Review of -- the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement / 259 -- JOHN McCALLUM -- Appendix B Ten-Year Figures for Canada-U.S.A. and -- Canada-Mexico Trade / 275 -- DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL -- TRADE/STATISTICS CANADA
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Control code
OCM1bookssj0000279635
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xvii, 280 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780773521148
Lccn
2002318381
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000279635

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